History of Kleman
In 1940, a French soldier named René Cléon was captured by the Germans and spent five years in a POW camp. A shoemaker by trade, René practised his craft while in captivity and dreamed of starting his own shoe manufacturing workshop. After the war, he opened his factory in Anjou and Kleman (short for Cléon Manufacture) has been making beautiful shoes ever since!
Kleman at Funkie House Rotterdam
Funkie House Rotterdam has several models of Kleman. The Pardor model is very popular among our colleagues because it is fun to style with a streetwear look! Nice to combine with Cahartt WIP or Gramicci. Discover all Kleman at Funkie House Rotterdam or online at funkiehouse.nl